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... leave the country, or be killed. We explored an area that maintained a lot of Jewish historical influence from the "Sefarditas" or Sephardic Jews that still live there. I really enjoyed seeing the Hebrew words and Jewish stars around the area, especially since I went the same day as the Jewish New Year.
I arrived back at my home in Madrid on Thursday night and headed out again the very next morning for yet another big adventure. Stay tuned to find out where!
... behind each leg of cured ham; e.g. they are cured between 1 to 4 years, with the older one fetching a higher price. A bit like wine, I suppose.
And now, it's to bed as we have another early morning and day tour tomorrow.
Hope you're all well back home.
Today we went to Toledo. We went into a very big cathedral which had a big painting on the roof. Our tour guide had a green umbrella to attract us. The cathedral
Today I went to Toledo. It's a beautiful city. I now know why we say "Holy Toledo!" - because the city is literally the center of Spanish Catholicism and has been so for almost 1400 years (if not longer). The city is very much "set apart for God."
I went there with the two sisters I mentioned earlier - Stephanie and Caroline. We took the AVE train from Madrid Atocha station and it took only 35 minutes. It goes by super ...
"Holy" is exactly the word I would use to describe this city! As the bus was pulling up this morning, we disembarked along the side of the road and looked over a cliff that lead down to the Tajo river. As my eyes climbed up along the other coast, the city of Toledo rose up ever-higher, Its pinnacle being the great Alcazar castle you may have seen before in pictures!
This was a school trip with only the Butler group. It was not part of a class requirement, ...
... city. I’m just so grateful to be here.
The culture shock hasn’t hit me yet, though I’m sure when it does it’ll hit hard. My Spanish could be better, but I understand enough so that waiters and waitresses still speak Spanish to me even though it’s painfully obvious I’m struggling. I just want so badly to learn and speak Spanish that when the locals start speaking ...